Building Community Engagement with Architectural Services in Bushfire Affected Communities

A collection of interviews and projects examining the role of architects as critical participants in the making of public and private spaces before and after bushfires. Together, these conversations alongside a number of case studies examine how architects have, or more importantly can play a crucial role in responding, assisting and generating future mitigation across design for bushfire prone communities of Australia.

A collection of conversations and projects examining the role of architects as critical participants in the making of public and private spaces before and after bushfires. Together, these discussions alongside a number of case studies investigate how architects have, or more importantly can play a crucial role in responding, assisting and generating future mitigation across design for bushfire prone communities of Australia.

The Alastair Swayn Foundation respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians on the land of which we work, the Ngunnawal people of the ACT. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay respect to Elders past, present, and emerging.

Sign up for
email updates